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This is a excellent replica of the iconic U.S. M1911A1 semi-auto pistol which was used by the U.S. Military from 1911 to 1986. This replica was first produced by the Japanese company Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ) in 1967. This example actually dates to the mid 1970's, and is still in it's original cardboard. The replica will cock, dry fire, chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. There are six dummy brass rounds still in the box, which are normally found to be missing. The replica will strip down just like the original gun. There is a slight crack to the right hand pistol grip. Otherwise it is in excellent condition. U.K. Sales Only. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.
This is a excellent replica of the iconic M1911A1 semi-auto pistol used by the U.S. military from 1911 to 1986. This replica was first produced in 1967 by the Japanese company Model Guns Corporation ( MGC ). This example actually dates from the 1980's. It can cock dry fire, chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. It will strip down just like the original gun. The right hand grip does have a crack, otherwise it is in very good condition. Ideal for living-history and display. U.K. Sales Only. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.
This is a John Wayne Armed Forces Commemorative replica M1911 pistol. This a exact replica of John Wayne's M1911 pistol which he carried in most of his military films. The replica was commission by Franklin Mint to commemorative the retirement of the M1911 from U.S. military service in 1986. The replica has a copy of John Wayne's signature and has the certificate of Authenticity signed by Michael Wayne and Stewart Resnick for the Wayne Enterprises and Franklin Mint. The replica cocks and dry fires and strips down just like the original gun and comes with wall hanger. Which has the coat of arms for the U.S. Airforce, Army Navy, Coast Guard and Marines. Also included is finely crafted porcelain plate of John Wayne's symbol of America's fighting forces commissioned by Franklin Mint and comes with it's Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Michael Wayne and Lynda Resnick for Wayne Enterpreses and Franklin Mint. U.K. Sales Only. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.
This is a 1970's replica of the single action Army 45 model 1874 revolver. The replica was produced by the Japanese company Model Guns Corporation ( MGC ). This example comes with six dummy brass rounds. U.K. Sales Only Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.
This is a 1915 dated example of a MKIII flare pistol, which was produced by "Webley & Scott, Birmingham". The MKIII flare pistol was the standard flare pistol used by the British army during WW1. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a ,MKII flare pistol which was introduce in 1905 and remained production to 1911 when some minor changes where made to the MKII. The trigger spring and internal components where improved. The pistol was re-designated the MKIII flare pistol flare pistol which became the standard flare pistol used by the British army during WW1. This example is stamped "SCHERMULYS" S.6 Patent Number 503324" and is also stamped with the letter "P" and is matching numbered. It is stamped with Victorian proof stamps which where still used for a number of yeas after Queen Victoria's death in 1901. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a MK1 flare pistol which was introduced in 1887 and remained in production to 1905. This example is in extremely good condition is marked with Victorian proof markings. U.K. Sales Only
This is a 1990's 8mm replica blank firing semi-automatic AK47 produced by the Italian company Adler which designated the replica as the Model Jager AP80. it was imported by the UK company Scalemead Arms Co. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only
This is a all metal 1980's replica of the German MP40 submachine gun produced by the Japanese company "Murshin". The replica will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. No dummy rounds are included. It will strip down just like the original weapon. ideal for display and living history purposes. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a very nice example of matching numbered PPSH41 submachine gun which is dated 1944. The PPSH41 was extremely sort after item by Wehrmacht combat troops who favoured the weapon to their own submachine guns, as it extremely robust, reliable and it's high magazine capacity of 71 rounds. compared to the 30 magazine capacity to any of the submachine guns which the Germans where using. UK Sales Only.
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